The 2014 recruiting cycle is winding down toward signing day, which means teams will pick up the heat on their top remaining targets.Here is a look at the most important prospects left for each team in the Big Ten.
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A look at the most important recruiting targets remaining for each school in the ACC:Boston CollegeDE Harold Landry (Fayetteville, N.C./Pine Forest)6-foot-3, 230 poundsFour starsBoston College is close to done for 2014, and coach Steve Addazio is looking toward taking the next big recruiting jump with the 2015 class.
There are a number of impact players in the 2014 recruiting class still uncommitted and looking hard at Pac-12 programs. While one commit won't likely make a break a class, there are prospects out there that are extremely important for each class, for reasons on and off the field.
Most of the Big 12 programs have all but filled their 2014 recruiting classes, sans one or two spots, and national signing day in February is expected to be a great day.
Evaluating the most important recruiting targets for each school in the SEC for the Class of 2014:AlabamaCB Marlon Humphrey (Hoover, Ala./Hoover) 6-foot, 180 pounds ESPN 300 rank: 9The Crimson Tide have already put together the No.